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Grow pumpkins in your vegetable garden for your own jack-o’-lantern or harvest decor. Plant pie pumpkins and harvest fruit for your Thanksgiving pies.
Landscapes are filled with potentially scary plants, from poison ivy and poison oak, to exotic houseplants that contain toxic compounds. Know what you grow and protect your family and pets.
Follow these steps for a creative and longer-lasting jack-o’-lantern this Halloween, whether you grown your own gourd, or buy from the Garden Center.
Check out this video for tips on creating a front porch jack-o’-lantern masterpiece this Halloween.
Make cactus and other succulents part of your indoor plant line-up. They’re easy and low-maintenance plants, even for brown thumbs.
Make this succulent centerpiece and use it for three holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Garden wisdom holds that spring is the time to plant, when the earth is just waking up from winter’s chill and the long, hot days of summer are ahead.
Make an easy holder for your jack-o’-lantern this fall with repurposed materials. Create a body with a cement-soaked t-shirt, supported internally with a tower of buckets and planters.
Make your dream patio more decorative with a paver and pebble pathway.
Get ideas for your Halloween decor with 3 ways to DIY a pumpkin.